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FEDERAL ARENA WHAT THE PARTIES ARE DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

FEDERAL AKENA WHAT THE PARTIES ARE DOING. (Fiom oui Melbourne C01 1 cspondont ) The week began with much talk .tt)out voluntary enlistment and a little actual enli&tment The orowd has a good deal to say about eligilblcis in the Defence Department, from ofhceis. high up to militdiy poJicemen' wiio on one piotext or another aie kept fiom the daingoro oi the front. One or two oi the stones winch !have reached me aie vciy circunitotantitil lies, or show a sui iHi&ing1 . laxity isomewJieic. An attack wiaS .Ilrio made on the Education De paiument, a coiie&ponuent, iujuujiug xu ur asbTiming the name 'Gwendoline William^,' Jtsbertiug that fehe iound the icionib- of the Mcl'boiune lfrgh School lull of 'men in the bloom of life,' who weie ingloriou&ly engaged in correct ing; exaiminatioii'!papei&. Mi. Tate le plicd that tlie 'semes ot men m the blocm of hie' weio 29 inspector, wlwoeua-veuagc age i& 50, of whom th6 joiunge&t ib J9, and of...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN PARLIAMENT LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

AUSTRO-HUNGARiAN PARLIAMENT (Reuter'b Telegram.) ' LONDON, Monday. A. Budapest paper statet the Reich- 1 stag have been- summoned for tlie mid dle of May. It is reported that the question of the autonomy of Galicia is left' for post war settlement.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERFERING GERMAN MISSION ARIES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

INTERFERING GERMAN MISSION ARIES. (Publ.is.hed in 'The Times.') . LONDON, Monday. The VTimes' Amsterdam correspon dent says tbere are numerous com plaints from tbe Dutch East Indies that German missionaries are interfering with Government affairs and causing native discontent. *?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
URALLA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

: URALLA SHOW. We h.ivfi re'e'vei a e.opv of schedule of 'prizes for ijrailo Show, to be held on ?7th and 28tb February, 1917. Despite ♦be .war' conditions, th*- TIralln Associa tion mnVoq'a 'vod ntfetiv.* tn sus*alrf (ho In'p'po* of evhlblto'^ m this poou lar bp'1'1') fl'ctu''1 hv offerlne a suhstan t!?l n'''o, ]J'*. i'*ii Hn-»PMrv *'M1 he jripn-o'i tnitnr— 'pr-J q '''T of schedule po^* f-93 to all applicants.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GERMAN ATTACK IN THE WEST. LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

GERMAN ATTACK IN THE WEST. (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON. Monday. A French communique states: After a violent bombardment the. Germans at tacked north of tbe Carrieres' wood on the right hank of the Meuse, hut were repulsed. We held' the whole of our front.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE TELEGRAMS. ALLEGED MILITARY FRAUDS. Charge Against Lieut. David Howell Price. Drew Other Men's Money. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. ALLEGED MILITARY FRAUDS. Charge Against Lieut. David Howell Price. Drew Other Men's Money. 5 -SYDNEY.1' Tuesday. Lieut. David Claykm Howell Price, 36, ivas before the police court to-day char ;ed, with having knowingly claiWd the rpv °f I-ileut. Downes during November 1915. Police Prosecutor Mitchell said as for as the police had been able to learn accused was Lieutenant-Adjutant in the 91 h ftegiment. Lis?ht Horse during its mobilisation from April to July 1915. r.t was alleged that he submitted claims for the pay of the whole of the unit and that from the- time of the demobili sation .till the following November he drew money which was .said to amount approximately to £50,000. He left the Defence Department in September last, being returned -medically' unfit.- There was a suggestion that he had not dis T»~ed of all the money which had been oMained. He had been living expen sively in all respects, attending race courses and was said to be the owner of racehorses, an...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROGRESS IN EAST AFRICA. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

PROGRESS IN EAST AFRICA. '(TJon.fev's Telegram.) LONDON. Monday. The British in East Africa are mak ing considerable progress, e'ncircling the enemy on the lower Ruflji and the Alta. The north column dislodged the enemy eastward of Lupem.be. . .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STUDY OF WHEAT CULTURE. Scholarship Offered to Lads. SYDNEY Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

STUDY OF WHEAT CULTURE. Scholarship Offered to Lads. SYDNEY. Tuesday.. The Minister for Agriculture desires to draw attent'on to the fact that n scholarship is being offered for 'compe tition nmongst lads wishing to enter tlie TTnwkesbury Agricultural Collece with f.Vi. special view to the study of wheat, culture. The scholarship provides full edu^i '?.ion I for the maintenance of the recipi ent during three years, a diploma course of agriculture and other expenses. Applications will lie received bv the Deoartment to 28th January, and a com ne'itive examination of the anproved 'a-ididates1 will take nlace shortly a'fter t.li ». subjects to be simiar to those spe cified in the prosoectus of the College entrance examination.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WASHINGTON WILL INSIST. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

WASHINGTON WILL INSIST. (R enter's Telegram.) \ LONDON. Momlav. State, officials at Washington state if Berlin 'declares the threatened U boat blockade of Britain, Washington will in sist on- the. observance of the rules gov erning a regular blockade.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUTBREAK OF LEPROSY. Prompt Measures to Limit Scope. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

OUTBREAK OF LEPROSY. Prompt Measures to Limit Scope. SYDNEY, 'Tuesday. The Board of Health stated to-day ;7i reference to the rumored outbreak of leprosy near Casino, that two cases were of recent occurrence within 20 miles of that town. Every precaution known- to science ha-1 been taken to limit the spread -of Mio disease. The patients were convey ed ' to the lazarette at Little Bay. The. ^nedical officers, who were present after the ' examination declared ' that they were free from any disseminating infec ?ioi. 'The dwelling houses and contents were thoroughly disinfected. The De partment was satisfied that no danger need be apprehended from the associa tion with the .public of those persons who came in contact with' the patients.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUSSIANS CHECK OFFENSIVE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

RUSSIANS CHECK OFFENSIVE. ('Renter's Telegram.) LONDON'. AfonAnv.' ' A Russian official says: Tn tbe direc tion of Kevel the enemy made an often s've and entered our trenches south ward of Rudkamirinskaia. Our reserves drove out the enemy. Attempts ito ad vance at the Citus valley were' arrested

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NAVY DEPARTMENT EMBEZZLEMENTS. Amount of £2843 Involved. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

NAVY DEPARTMENT EMBEZZLE ' . MENTS. Amount of £2843 Invtlvetl. '. SYDNEY. Tuesday. ?David Flynn O'Donougliue, formerly a Vork employed by the Navy Depart ment, appeared at the city court, Mel bourne, to-day on six charges of embez zlement from the Navy Department of Ji-iTis amounting to £2843. ? Counsel staled that the defalcations totalled £10,000. , Accused's solicitor s'aid his client had alre'ady refunded £1800. He hoped to refund practically the whole amount. He was remaVided for a week.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIG CLEARANCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

Bl'G 'CliA&AlicE SAik Special attention is drawn tp, a big olea-ance sale, which will take place « ^n,,?e?KBl0,1C0We's fam.at Loon4er£n, *' 15 miles, from Tamworth. today Wednesday, January, 24th. The auc tioneers advise that the farm horses are 1 presented as being a very choice lot'1 All other stock, ^eluding 850 she&p and I ?OP^' areA,a E00d ^ua»tyjot and in splendid oonditiop Ther farming imple- 1 ments and household furniture will be found in first-class ordier. The sale will I start at 1,30 pm., and bujer1? sKouid .nuixo (u s^uuiai enort to attend, as on ?account of Mr Blencowe having sold his farm and relinquishing: farming everything will 'be for 'bona fide right out sale Tlio selling agents nro A I, Stewart and Co , who will be pleased to supply any further information,

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THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER IX.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

THE ARROW THAT FLIETH 'h;:: ' BY ' GUY THORNE, i-uthor of 'Mantrap Manor,'- 'When1 it ' Was Dark,' 'Made in His Image;' 'First It Was Ordained,'- 'A 'Lost Cause,' &c, &e.-' ' (COPYRIGHT:) '? CHAPTER IX.— Continued. „ , , ''You n-ve received it earlier than L sxpected o.-r hoped,' the man a'nwyered, ?'that is all. It wias ' to have 'reached ywu in London, but 'by some Jsttange p iiataiity which, I cannot explain you ?ire here in Florence, and lye meet.^ I should have ported that letter £&. you, ny lord, within fiv.e minutes of 'myKav- ^ i ng1 the Riceipli Palace — jjoiUjJknow ?w'hat iappen-}d to prevent it.,' , , . , 'Tell me,' Lord Ballina said , with; a -eijrib'.e eagerness, 'S'be is well? The iigiiorina i,s, Avell1?' \, ^ , 'She irf well,' the man ansiwered, 'Danger of ?wihotf'* ' .''Dnnger of .pas-iing- into1 the p-0TCer of one of the most,' utisrnpulpus ''and; ivieked- men ?? in. Europe — Francis Dal ton.' _ ' ' ,. -„,.,.!„ , T'he man had spoken the. firs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

; ?\;;casual''comjmn^: -i /ADVERTISEMENTS accompanied, 1 by jMj ^^ jor t^jg column are inserted at * i 7 -the rate o£' 18 words for 1'/, and Gd ' /''for each, additional 9 word's, or part . /',, thereof. Ao, additional charge ofi 6d / Is. made for booking. ? -? :i n ? '_ ? ' ?' ? ? , I ' '' WANTED. ? _ 1 .,, WANTED.— GOQd'Woman Cook. Aiyjly',, '' '- with reference to Mrs. Nivison, Ohio, ' ''' .Walcha. ? \' - WANTED. — At the' New England Gijr.ls' .' School, Anuidaje, Two Housemaids, 'if-;.,,',,, yifiply, with references to the Matron. V -JifwANTED.— A, Woman as CQolt Appljt, ».,T Mrs.'(J. R. Gill, Emu Creek, Walcha,' ' ! '--£ VKANiTBDT^A 'Cook^Gel)erral.~NQ~'wasli- v ',.'r '^ng or ironing. 'Apply, Aubrey A. 'V.i ,''7'-?olien, Dentist; Peel-street. &' ?'iT isrANTEDT^SmafT^trong'' Lad for But ^i'^v 'teI! Department. - Apply, Pressot,t's 'Syiii^; ? '.. ? . ? M^^jfANT/ED to Buy. — Skinless Barley, in *-r''i*t'Sw quantity. Apply, with samples, '! 'r ^jfting ? Prices, A. Brownse.-...

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MAN POWER V. STARVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

MAN POWER v. STARVATION. , The Grermnm plan to win the war by starving 'Britain is not to be {rented too lightfly in An=itr.alia. We have be come so iiaed' to the magic efficiency o'C the British, fleet lis -to be almost/ indif ferent to riny rrW' of the ftruggte whjeh. does not threaten the Empire's naval s,upre-nvac-y. So lonpr as the ^rent Harrier of f-teel between Kiel and the North 'Sea . is rigidly maintained there i* iTO danger of the Allies' defeat, how iwev lone1 and arduous' -may be the task Orf crnwinerinis: the, enemy. Such is the obstinate. i'den in the heads, of Austra lians fit 'home. ' finch is (he excuse for the national en-irking: which 'has become the- settled1 policy of the majority of tfie 'peo.pje. Tf 'the British fleet were badly 'defeated to-morrow and lit- be f',a,roe onvions! that' Aii«trnlia was no longer seenre firm naval attnek the greater proportion ; of the intelligent fnanihodi] of the .country would demand frantic-silly,' to be made into soldiers' at...

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THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. Thunderstorms in N.E. quarter; more j rath on coast and highlands; finer in { S.Vv.; cod '3. winds; squally on parts of cpast. , ? . ~ THE DAILY OBSERVER. WEDNESDAY, .T-ANTTAHY 2-1, 1017.

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WIN THE WAR LEAGUE. Suggestions by Singleton Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

WIN THE WAR, LEAGUE. \ riuqaestljohs W 'Sinqifeton Gbnference. ' electorate in connection with., the wi,n the war campaign ,,waai t held in the .atechanffcs' jnstltute to- 'f day.-- Prtvnt'e' 'W. 1 - H.' iBlemingjf.il 1 M H,R , .. ocpupied'.the chair, and r with-' n him was. Mr James Fajhcfc; M.Er'A The , delegates numbered 40, lefcreBeiiting a , wide j&irea-t -^mpriping .Cas^lliiS'; Mui/ lurundii Scone, Greta, Branxtonv Aber deen, Gundy, Jeny'e Plains,* Denman, m Muswllbrpk, -and Ourjm'bah. ( Lieutenant Graystoa *cted as( Secretary. ' s n The^vhole of the forenoon was devot re6rf to discussing the t-Ian 'of oalnpatgn to -?« be adopted tc 'secure ? the best results. The whole question was thprotighly yen* , , tilated and the iollowlng resolutions That in the opinion of the conference ('* an easing of the censorship 'would ma- ' ' tonally assist recruiting.. . ? ^ That more latitude be granted medi cal examineis in the examination of re cruits ?' ' ' 1' ' ?That imen sjiouldi ...

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COCKBURN SHIRE COUNCILLORS. Entertained by the President. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

COCKBURN SHIRE COUNCILLORS. Entertained by the President. ' On Friday last after'' the meeting of ! the Cqckburn Shir'e Council1, tlie presi- M dent (Cr., Walker) .invifed-tn'e '?'Council- lors and the officers to luncheoiP '- After, luncheon tho president said that ' ' he wished to thank the Councillors and ''' officers for the manner in which they ** had carried out their duties during the --« last year, anil for the able assistance 'I they ha'd rendered him, during that p^r. lod. and he hdnett . thhV. 'if tti-w mat again next year tho same cordial rela tions would ensue. . In fiis opinion thoy , ,r, had all ac'ted. Jjonorably to ,thbse who ^..t elected them, ami lie, wished them, every success for tHet future..* tie, ''ivish.ed * them a long and prosperous raroer Cr Denning said, he thpught they - 1 would meet again at any rate he sin-, corely hoped they would, as they had ' ' been a very hanmonrous council. Dur ing \ui term ot office he had had a '*- very -pleasant timei There h...

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BRITISH BOYS OF 18. To Be Called Up for Home Defence. LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

BRITISH BOYS OF 18. To Be Called Up frfr Home Defence. (TCenler's Telegram.) LONDON'. Monday. ? The War Cabinet has instructed Lord Derby to call up all laMs attaining the ajfe of 18'. and train and employ them in home defence until 19, excepting lads apprenticed to skilled engineering trades and fully engaged in war work in the ship yards and munition factories

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